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Title: Turkish Foreign Policy

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Subject: History
Author: Sharon V
Date: December 3, 2013
Level: University
Grade: A
Length: 3 / 819
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This era is important because of the period that Democrat Party ruled the country was the first and most intense years of the Cold War, which the influence area of United States and Soviet Union determined. Under the Democrat Party governments, the foreign policy agenda of Turkey had important articles such as the Korean War, Turkish accession to the NATO, Cyprus, the Balkans and the Middle East issues...

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The shock of Soviet demands on Kars, Ardahan and the straits were still alive and following the Truman Doctrine and the Marshall Plan, Turkey planned to strengthen the relations with United States. The loneliness in the world politics can only be eliminated by entering to the security zone of US and so NATO...

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